Evan Lee and Luis García are Called-Up for Wednesday’s MiLB Recap!

Class-A Fredericksburg “FredNats” Nationals

Mason Denaburg made his second start back from injury and tossed three hitless innings with three walks and six strikeouts. He’s been exceptional in both outings – a great sign for the former first rounder. Following a late push by the Woodpeckers, TJ White’s grand slam would be the difference in the game. Sammy Infante and White were the only players to record an extra-base hit and Brady House had a two-hit night. FredNats win 11-7.

High-A Wilmington Blue Rocks

The Blue Rocks brought the thump on offense to back up another solid start from Tim Cate. It’s his second time in a row not allowing a run, this time holding his opponents to one hit. Cate’s ERA is down to 3.65 on the season. Omar Meregildo led the charge with a four hit day including a home run, inflating his average to almost .296. In total they combined for 10 runs on 13 hits. Cole Daily, Onix Vega, Kevin Strohschein, and Jose Sanchez tallied two hits each. Rocks win 10-4.

Double-A Harrisburg Senators

The Senators offense came to play today notching 10 hits and four runs. Justin Connell, Jackson Cluff, and Dondrei Hubbard all checked in with two hits and a double. Ronald Herrera gave up three runs in six innings but earned a no decision as the SeaWolves walked it off in the 9th off of Richard Guasch. It was a good game to build on for the Sens after a tough last couple of days. Sens lose 5-4.

Triple-A Rochester Red Wings

The Red Wings game was postponed and will be made up on June 4th.

Farm System final notes 🎶

Top prospect, Evan Lee made his major league debut against the New York Mets today. The lefty gave up two runs on four hits, three walks, and two strikeouts in 3 2/3 innings. Any spot start is a tough assignment and Lee was exceptional given the situation. With Alcides Escobar headed to the 10-day IL, the day has finally come for Luis García. He was called up today and started at shortstop, going 1-4 at the plate.
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